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Sundown: New Jersey Vandal Arrested

Plus, Eichmann items on display, quoting Barney Frank, and more

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• Richard M. Green, of New Brunswick, NJ, was arrested today and charged with five counts of criminal mischief in the vandalism of five Jewish-owned businesses in the neighboring town of Highland Park. [JTA]

• Items from the 1960 capture of Adolf Eichmann will soon be on display at the Israeli parliament. [Washington Post]

• “Hello, it’s the Jew,” and other Barney Frank quotes. [NYT]

• At a New York City fundraiser last night, President Obama said the administration had done more to protect Israel than any previous administration has. Here’s what else he said. [White House]

• A Nazi-era bunker in Hamburg, Germany is being turned into an eco-friendly energy hub that will provide electricity for 3,000 homes. [Green Source]

• Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) is not at all happy with President Obama after the administration publicly opposed legislation that would sanction Iran. [YouTube]

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Not a hate crime
A mentally challenged soul
Who needs help
rabbi rosenberg

Mr. Green is a poor Jewish male with a long history of mental illness., it is a shame that his religion and his serious mental illness are not made public. He needs help and perhaps there is a mental institution where he can get help. This is the second day that the media intentionally or unintentionally misinform people by omitting critical facts from the story. CHECK THIS OUT. RABBI ROSENBERG

Not a hate crime
A mentally challenged soul
Who needs help
rabbi rosenberg

Mr. Green is a poor Jewish male with a long history of mental illness., it is a shame that his religion and his serious mental illness are not made public. He needs help and perhaps there is a mental institution where he can get help. This is the second day that the media intentionally or unintentionally misinform people by omitting critical facts from the story. CHECK THIS OUT. RABBI ROSENBERG

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Sundown: New Jersey Vandal Arrested

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